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The two patients with nodal marginal zone lymphoma responded rapidly to bortezomib and duration of their responses to date exceed eight and 11 months; and * Adverse events observed were generally manageable and included thrombocytopenia, lymphopenia, neuropathy, hypoatremia, hypokalemia, and prothrombin time.
Nodal marginal zone lymphoma is a rare, biologically and clinically heterogeneous entity (2) that shares morphologic and immunophenotypic characteristics with extranodal marginal zone lymphomas of the mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue type and with splenic marginal zone lymphomas.
Both patients with nodal marginal zone lymphoma achieved a partial response with a duration of response of more than five months; -- All three patients with small lymphocytic lymphoma experienced stable disease with durations observed from between four and six months; and -- Side effects observed were generally manageable and included thrombocytopenia, sensory neuropathy, small vessel necrotizing vasculitis, and lymphopenia.